Thermo Fisher Scientific Niton Apollo LIBS Analyzer
When carbon detection and mobility are top of mind, industrial businesses rely on the Thermo Scientific Niton Apollo LIBS analyzer. Leveraging Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), the Niton Apollo delivers superior performance and enhanced productivity. Unleash the possibilities and bring the power of lab analysis to the field.
Designed to provide low limits of detection, the Niton Apollo enables users to quantify the elemental composition of materials. Specially engineered to determine carbon content in low alloy and carbon steels, the Niton Apollo utilizes a high purity argon purge to achieve superior results.
Expanded field access:
Avoid maneuvering heavy equipment into tight spaces. Weighing just 6.4 pounds (2.9 kilograms), the Niton Apollo transforms a laboratory or cart-mounted spark Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES) system into a highly portable handheld analyzer. Whether hanging from a rope or climbing in a trench, the Niton Apollo easily and safely travels with the user.
Vivid icons and an application interface allow easy navigation and configuration. Utilize swipe and touchscreen functionality, even with a gloved hand. The Niton Apollo's optional directional keys provide added usability. A micro and macro camera enables precise sample positioning and collect images for better record keeping. WiFi accessibility also automatically transmits data from your device to a PC.
Discover high-speed performance combined with point and shoot simplicity. With minimal training, the Niton Apollo is easily operated even by non-technical users. From confirming steel grades to determining metal compositions, the Niton Apollo is ready to work when you are.
Rapid results: Powered by a class 3B laser the Niton Apollo generates accurate results in about 10 seconds.
View alloy identification and advanced averaging instead of sending results to the lab.
Data is displayed in real time enabling fast and efficient decision making.
Standard Accessories: Locking shielded carrying case Two (2) Milwaukee® M18 Redlithium High Demand 9.0 Battery Packs One (1) Milwaukee® M18 & M12 Multi-Voltage Charger Thermo Scientific analytical argon Setup standards Laser safety glasses Instrument cleaning kit Safety lanyard and carabiner PC connection cable
Verification of metal alloys in manufacturing operations
Field inspections for positive material identification (PMI)
Qualification of Material Test Reports (MTR) throughout the supply chain supply chain
Quality Assurance (QA) of outgoing production
Quantification of carbon equivalency and pseudo elements in field testing
|Safety Features||Pressure camera and spectral sensor interlocks|
|Analytical Range||Al C Cr Cu Fe Mn Mo Ni Si Ti V W|
|Argon Usage||About 200 shots per cylinder|
|Libraries||Default alloy libraries based on SAE AISI ASTM standards Users may create clone and edit libraries|
|Operating Environment||Temperature: 0°C to 40°C|
|Display||Tilting color resistive touchscreen display|
|Macro Camera||Integrated CCD macro camera for capturing overview images of parts and tagging measurement locations|
|Memory / Data Storage||512 MB internal system memory / 16 GB industrial grade storage. Stores approximately 5000 readings with spectra (fewer if macro and micro images are saved)|
|Global Positioning System||Internal GPS Ability to include GPS data with sample information|
|Support Software||NitonConnect PC software|
|Bluetooth||Supports print functionality|
|Dimensions||12 x 13 x 4 in||30.48 x 33.02 x 10.16 cm|
|Weight||6.4 lbs with battery||2.9 kg|